Clearwire will put a spin on Sprint's snubbing them during an investors' conference when Sprint said it plans to aggressively roll out its own 4G LTE service next year, but it wasn't just an oversight. You don't forget your partner that you own 50% of. Sprint will be able to move to LTE quicker than if it relied on Clearwire, which currently furnishes its older WiMax 4G. Clearwire has also said it's moving to LTE, but it doesn't have the financing to do it and Sprint isn't going to fund them, or so it appears. If LightSquared get's approval for its rollout you can bet that Sprint's going to divorce itself from Clearwire after its wholesale deal is up in two years. That would cripple Clearwire, but it would also put a hurting on a lot of folks who rely upon the WiMax provider to stay afloat. So, as enticing as it might be to get Clearwire's next PO for a new colo, at what point do you just say no?